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|FDSA thanks giving ceremony in Hyderabad|
Federation of Direct Selling Association(FDSA) Hyderabad based Direct selling association will organize thanks giving ceremony in Hyderabad on June 14,2018 at KVB Statdiaum,Yousafguda,Hyderabad.FDSA has conducting thanks giving ceremony all over India in different cities for the bill of direct selling Guidelines issued by the Govt of India. Fdsa in a statement says The Community of Direct Selling business in India appreciates and congratulates the state of Telangana & Andhra Pradesh, for being the third and fourth in row after Chhattisgarh & Sikkim to adopt the Model Guidelines on Direct Selling notified by the Ministry of Consumer Affairs and paved the path for other states. On this occasion, FDSA & DSDWA are jointly conducting an event to express thanks to the State Govt s. and to brief the provisions and procedures given in the Model Guidelines on direct selling to the gathering for their awareness on genuine practices of Direct Selling business. Everyone associated with the direc
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